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  • n  the legal dissolution of a marriage

  • He was sure that the lower court would order divorcement.
  • Today, as in ancient times, a good Orthodox Jew or his agent obtains a religious divorce by handing his wife or her agent a get (writ of divorcement) before a rabbi.
  • Jim Farley dotted the last i and crossed the final t of his bill of divorcement from Franklin Roosevelt: he quit as chairman of the New York State Democratic Committee, a post .
News & Articles

  • Book review: Biography of George Cukor is re-issued
    “A Bill of Divorcement,” “Dinner at Eight,” “Little Women,” “David Copperfield,” “Sylvia Scarlett,” “Romeo and Juliet,” “Camille,” “The Women,” “The Philadelphia Story,” “A Double Life,” “Edward, My Son,” The post Book review: Biography of George Cukor is re-issued appeared first on ABC Newspapers .
    Aug. 8, 2013 - ABC Newspapers
Quotes

  • Amir Peretz in Ynetnews
    ...an interview with Ynet Saturday Peretz warned that a decision by Chairman Ehud Barak to join the government as defense minister independently of his party would be "a total divorcement of Barak from the Labor Party", as well as...

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